No strangers to the art of a rebuild, Cavaliers fans are understandably painting a rosy picture of the upcoming 2018-2019 season. Gone are the championship expectations, but what remains isn’t exactly a blank canvas. The last time we saw Kevin Love carrying his own team he put up 26 points and 12 rebounds per night.
Written off as a potential trade asset since nearly the day he arrived, Kevin Love is still in Cleveland. And with the four-year contract extension he signed this week, it looks like the Cavs are planning to count on him for a long time. Love is well-liked, but his new deal was a polarizing move
There are no guarantees in life, but the Cavaliers did the best they could do to control their own destiny in re-signing Kevin Love.
Jacob Rosen shares his thoughts on Kevin Love’s Hall of Fame candidacy, the Francisco Mejia trade, lousy Browns stats, and how it feels to not have to root for the Cavs tanking.
Let us embrace him for what he has meant to this city. Root for his success and provide him heated defense from his detractors. He writes no letters and seeks no validation from the national media. He simply rolls up his sleeves and gets to work. For us. Just the same as the day he arrived. Kevin Love is one of us now. Let’s treat him as such.
The Cleveland Cavaliers saw what transpired in 2010 and they were not about to let it happen again.
Heading into the 2018-19 season, the question surrounding the Cleveland Cavaliers was whether or not they planned to compete in the Eastern Conference or rebuild for a time when several other teams would not be ahead of them on the conference’s pecking order.
Where do the Cleveland Cavaliers go now that LeBron James is gone, again?
Trading Kevin Love would speed up the rebuilding process and basically assure that they keep their top-10 protected first-round pick in 2019, but the Cavs don’t seem to want to get rid of their lone All-Star.
There were three. Then two. Now Kevin Love is the last of the superstars in Cleveland. What to make of his standing as the lone wolf in wine and gold
With LeBron’s departure, many are murmuring about potential Kevin Love trades. But the idea of a Andrew Wiggins re-trade is a bad one and such rumors should end.
In a fantastic roundtable on 92.3 The Fan, The Athletic’s Jason Lloyd, ESPN’s Dave McMenamin, and Cleveland.com’s Joe Vardon, who have been with the Cavs every step of the way the last four years, talk about the second LeBron Era in Cleveland. With No. 23 deciding to head to Los Angeles, this will also be the end of the three-headed monster that is currently the Cavs beat as well, unfortunately.
Trading Kevin Love will not only be helpful to him, but it will also speed up the rebuilding process for the Cavs.
With so many questions looming, the Cavs seem to want to keep Kevin Love no matter what. Reminder: It is #SmokeScreenSZN.
The Cavs front office and owner will do everything they can to keep LeBron James, as Gilbert has proven over the past four years, but LeBron James still has a lot to weigh over the next four weeks.
What if (Kevin) Love is all you need to be a contender on a LeBron-less Cavaliers team? WFNY’s Corey Barnes expounds in his love letter to Love
Friday night felt like the final time Kevin Love will walk out of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ locker room at Quicken Loans Arena.
Remember when rumors swirled that LeBron James and Kevin Love didn’t like each other as teammates? That seems like such a long time ago, doesn’t it?
LeBron, Kevin Love, and Rodney Hood (yes, you read that correctly) did all they could but the Dubs are just too good.
At least we’re headed back to Cleveland, right? The Cavs’ offense just couldn’t keep up with the Warriors’ juggernaut offense in Game 2